Sneha R.V

I am a summer poet

I am a summer poet,
I cannot write during school,
And just however hard I try
I end up like a fool.

But when vacations start,
Ideas begin to bloom
And then I start to write
Until there is no more room.

I am a summer poet,
I really do not know why,
When I try to think at school,
Million other things come by -

As I start writing a poem,
I make a list to rhyme,
That reminds me of English class
Which is due in just some time

When I want to think of a title,
All that comes to my mind,
Are the names my teacher would call me,
Because my book I could not find.

Even if I am almost ready,
Meddling with my pen to think,
The pen just breaks out open,
Blotting the whole paper with ink.

I am a summer poet,
I cannot write during school,
And just however hard I try
I end up like a fool.

Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: Humour

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  • Gold Star - 21,206 Points Gangadharan Nair Pulingat (6/26/2014 10:50:00 AM)

    Nice poem and the poet tells the story of the poet in simplicity of words and clarity which is to be encouraged and have such feelings of goodness. I liked it reading. (Report) Reply

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